Worship Calendar

Worship Calendar

Worship: Every Sunday at 11am

October 22, 2017:  “E Pluribus Unum”
Rev. Rick Hoyt-McDaniels
All healthy communities are monocultural.  A community can be one thing, or a different thing, alike in most ways, or artfully composed of diverse elements from multiple sources.  But a community that is a unity cannot have a culture that is multi.

October 29, 2017:  “Who’s In Charge Here?”
Rev. Rick Hoyt-McDaniels with the Community Choir
Churches are like spiritual hospitals:  a dynamic community of care-givers and care-receivers.  But in UU churches we allow everyone, democratically, to join in running the hospital.  We expect folks to participate sometimes far above their competency, which isn’t fair to them, and can spell disaster for our institutions.

November 5, 2017:
Ande Kims, preaching with Alice Maupin, Worship Associate

November 12, 2017: “You Can’t Get There From Here”
Rev. Rick Hoyt-McDaniels
The best future is probably no longer possible.  Somewhere along the way creation took a turn that opened up some possibilities but closed others.  We have to build from where we are.

November 19, 2017:  “Making a Real Difference”
Rev. Rick Hoyt-McDaniels
Passing legislation and adopting incremental reforms is slow and boring.  But when real people are really suffering, demanding ideological purity instead of negotiating achievable compromises is cruel.

November 26, 2017:
Chalice Choir

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December 10, 2017:  “Was Anyone Saved?”
Rev. Rick Hoyt-McDaniels
Unitarian Universalism promises that human beings are strong enough, smart enough, and good enough to save ourselves and the world we share.  How are we doing?

December 17, 2017:  “Future Church”
Rev. Rick Hoyt-McDaniels
In an age of TED Talks and Pod Casts do we need sermons?  If our churches are only organized for social justice are we something different than a political group?  What form should our churches take that will best do what our world still needs churches to do?

December 24, 2017:  “A New World”
Rev. Rick Hoyt-McDaniels
Christmas marks an event in divine history as significant as the first creation or the final judgment.  One era ends; a new begins.  For Unitarian Universalists every birth, indeed every moment, can be the hinge on which history swings.

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